I actually have a file on my computer (hope it doesn't croak soon before the season ends, so I probably should periodically copy and paste the updated results in an email to myself) I put down every goalie that has played at least a minute this year and update it every time a new goalie plays a game. And I just put a number next to them and update after each game they play, if they've allowed a goal I considered stoppable. And I think the biggest difference between myself and others is that I will count a shot against the goalie where he may have been screened, if I feel that he shouldn't have been screened on it. I also give off for simple wrist shots where the goalie is just beaten to the glove, especially to the short side, whereas most say to credit the shooter. And I don't disagree with crediting the shooter in these situations, just that I think the goalie had a good chance at it. Even though it's a more forgivable goal than one goes through the goalie's arm or between his arm and the post, etc. I will also give a stoppable goal on a breakaway (even if it's one where you can't say it's the goalie's fault, just that it's stoppable), if it goes through him or beats him 5-hole, unless he's sliding and is deked and beats him 5-hole, then I don't give him a stoppable goal for getting beaten there. If he's beaten over the glove on a breakaway from close range, I usually count this as a no-chance goal. If it comes from distance and it's over the glove hand, I may count that as a stoppable goal.